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Loris Ohannes Chobanian

Loris Chobanian is Professor of Composition and Guitar as well as Composer-in-Residence at Baldwin-Wallace College. Born to Armenian parents in Mosul, Iraq, Chobanian was introduced to serious music at an early age by his father, an oil engineer and an amateur musician. At age five he sang an operetta entitled O, Loris (written for him by his father) with an orchestra in Kirkuk. His oeuvre includes compositions for symphony orchestra and wind ensemble, concerti, works for solo voice with orchestra, ballets, pieces for guitar and for guitar ensembles, chamber music, piano pieces, choral works, and works composed especially for children.

 

See Loris Ohannes Chobanian's works collected at the University of Akron library.

Archived Works List

The Id (1972)
Instrumentation: Symphonic Band (43924 pno timp 4perc 64411 st. bass)

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